Friday, April 19, 2013

Do guitars grow on trees?


I had no idea that guitars grew on trees, did you?

I took these two photos back at the end of March and I wasn't happy with either one but, the tree is so full now that you can't see the guitars any longer so these photos will have to do.

This tree is in front of business called Guitar Tree. I'm guessing that they sell guitars but, I couldn't find a web site, just a Facebook page.

The guitars in the tree are very eye catching in the winter months when you can see them.

12 comments:

Mo said...

Can you find me a camera tree

Andy said...

I've seen shoe trees before but this guitar tree is a new one on me. It's a pretty cool find.

brattcat said...

there's music in the air...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Haha! That's not something you see every day Sharon, a very unique way to advertise their wares :)

Judy said...

That is a clever way to advertise a business.

RedPat said...

So unusual, Sharon!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

i can not explain this.....but this photo makes me smile. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

llandudnopictures said...

Very interesting, and very different. I wonder if they make any sound when the wind blows, assuming they are all strung?!

Lowell said...

That is absolutely wild. Even old beat up guitars have some value to some people. Can't imagine this. Give them away to kids who don't have any money but have a love for music.

You do have some funny thing to look at in Phoenix! :)

Karl Demetz said...

No, I didn't know that guitars grow on trees, until now...
Good find!
P.S. Many thanks, Sharon, for 555 nice comments on BDP ;-)

Randy said...

Now that's fun.

JM said...

A guitar tree! A new species to me. :-)